Jeeva Beloam Beach Camp
Jeeva Beloam Beach Camp, Lombok, Indonesia
Accessed by a partially unpaved track and located in a secluded and rugged cove with a stunning white sand beach, the Jeeva Beloam Beach Camp occupies a beautifully untouched and remote setting.
The camp is found in a 55-hectare nature reserve and has just 11 traditional rooms called 'Beruga Pantai', built to resemble a Sasak fishing camp using recycled wood and bamboo with traditional alang-alang thatched roofs. Each one is very spacious and boasts an air-conditioned sleeping area with king-size bed covered in mosquito netting, a large oversized day bed on the terrace and unobstructed views across the beach, to the island of Sumbawa and the Alas Strait. The bathroom has hot water and although covered overhead, is not fully enclosed from the elements. The Tenda Restaurant serves all meals, which are included in your stay along with water and soft drinks.
Being situated on the eastern edge of the peninsula, guests can explore the area on foot or by bicycle, taking a trip to Ekas Bay over semi-paved roads or to Gili Sunut. Snorkeling, diving and other water sports are available a short walk away at Teluk Temeak. Given its isolated location, there is no WiFi, mobile phone service, or television.
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